The certificate program is designed to prepare students for an actuarial career. Actuaries apply mathematical models to assess the financial cost of uncertainty. There is a high demand for actuaries across all industries which is why it’s currently listed as the "#1 Best Job."
This certificate program is open to all currently enrolled UGA undergraduate students. You must have a posted grade in Calculus II in order to apply.
- MATH 2250: Calculus I for Science and Engineering (or MATH 2300H or MATH 2400H)
- MATH 2260: Calculus II for Science and Engineering (or MATH 2310H or MATH 2410H)
- MATH 2500: Multivariable Calculus (or MATH 2270) (While MATH 2500 (or MATH 2270) is a prerequisite for the required core course STAT 4510, you can apply for the certificate program before taking MATH 2500 (or MATH 2270).)
Students must take a minimum of 21 hours. A minimum grade of C (2.00) is required in the core courses (Part I).
Part I: Required Core Courses (9 Hours)
Part II: Course Sequences (12 Hours)
Choose Two Course Sequences from the following:
Sequence 3a (cannot be combined with Sequence 3b)
- STAT 4230 Applied Regression Analysis
- STAT 4280 Applied Time Series Analysis
Sequence 3b (cannot be combined with Sequence 3a)
- RMIN 4800 Internship in Risk Management and Insurance (6 hours)
- Or choose two courses from the following:
How to Apply
Be sure you meet the eligibility requirements
Complete the online applicationNote: Application requires MyID to log in.
- September 1 – October 1
- February 1 – March 1
Notification of acceptance will be emailed approximately 2 weeks after each deadline.